Toei Animation in Japan has announced that it has started working on a new “Dragon Ball Z” show, marking the series’ return to the small screen after 18 years.
It’s been called the new “High School Musical” but with magic! Disney has unveiled its very first teaser for the expected blockbuster TV special “The Descendants.” The show is set to run this summer as a Disney Channel Original movie.
Marvel’s “Daredevil” is returning for a second season next year, as announced by the streaming site, Netflix. The show, which stars Charlie Cox, has become an unexpected hit for the streaming site. Critics and comic fans alike cannot get enough of its 13-episode first season offering.
Ahead of its May 14 launch, “Wayward Pines,” the psychological thriller from M. Night Shyamalan, is set to debut at midnight tonight, as well as online and in other outlets.
The latest TV guilty pleasure “Lip Sync Battle” has been renewed for a second season on Spike TV. The network has lined up 20 more episodes when it returns in 2016.
There’s another movie revival being developed for television. Paramount is reportedly planning on bringing “Galaxy Quest” to the small screen.
Best known for his work in horror films, Wes Craven has teamed up with cable channel Syfy to bring 3 new thrillers to the small screen. One of these is a re-imagining of his classic movie “The People Under the Stairs.”
The crime drama “Eye Candy” is no longer coming back to MTV as its star Victoria Justice announced on her Twitter account that the show has been cancelled by the network.
“Divorce” has gone official. The comedy series starring Sarah Jessica Parker, which was first reported as in development back in December, is confirmed coming to HBO.
Returning this June for its fifth season, “Suits” has cast English actress Christina Cole in the role of a psychiatrist and Harvey Specter’s potential love interest.